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- adj. Containing nitric and hydrochloric ions, see nitro-hydrochloric acid.
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Suppose no mercury is found in the dialyzed fluid, owing to the fact that corrosive sublimate enters into insoluble compounds with albumin, fibrin, mucous membrane, gluten, tannic acid, etc., we must dry the insoluble matter, and heat it with nitro-hydrochloric acid until all organic matter is destroyed and excess of nitric acid expelled.
Just as a call came on the telephone, he was pouring some nitro-hydrochloric acid into a test tube to complete a reaction.
The prescription contained three ingredients, strychnine, quinine, and nitro-hydrochloric acid; and the dose was fifteen drops in water.